Louise is a specialist family practitioner who practices in all aspects of family law with a specific focus of financial remedy. Her loyal solicitor clients describe her as great at client care and highly ethical in all her work, with excellent attention to detail.
Louise accepts instructions to appear as an advocate and advise on the following areas of law: Care Proceedings; Private Law (including Child Arrangements Orders and Prohibited Steps); Matrimonial Property and Finance; Trusts of Land (TOLATA); Inheritance Act Claims.
Prior to joining Queen Square Louise practised in London and was a visiting lecturer on alternative dispute resolution (undergraduate and postgraduate courses) at UCL and SOAS where she also taught courtroom skills and civil procedure to visiting lawyers on the Lord Chancellor’s Fellowship Scheme.
Qualifications, Scholarships and Memberships
BA Hons Philosophy, University of York
MA Philosophy, King’s College London
LLM (Merit), University College London
Diplock Scholar (Middle Temple)
Member of the Family Law Bar Association
‘The Ethic of Care’, UCL Jurisprudence Review, 1997.
Louise is also co-author of the Family Law section of the Bar Council’s Guide to Representing Yourself in Court, 2013.